Many of these high-profiled Facebook users had their profiles and/or pages reabled soon after Facebook discovered who they disabled. Reading these articles didn’t instill much hope in me or my situation.
The realization of what I lost was starting to set in too.
Imagine my surprise when I tried to sign into Facebook one morning only to receive the following message: My account was disabled? I tried to log in with another browser and I got the same message. Facebook supplied a form submission page for those wishing to write to Facebook about their disabled account, and I emailed them basically asking why my account was disabled and how I can get access back to the numerous pages I’m an admin for.
I explained that I manage a variety of pages for clients, and was always mindful about the content I posted – after all, my parents are on Facebook too.
Facebook already makes it possible for an active account to be downloaded, so why not a disabled account?